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Reactive and proactive control in arithmetical strategy selection
Journal of Numerical Cognition
Individual differences in arithmetic have been explained by differences in cognitive processes and by arithmetic strategy use and selection. In the present study, we investigated the involvement of reactive and proactive control processes. We explored how variation in proactive and reactive control was related to individual differences in strategy selection. We correlated proactive and reactive measures obtained from the AX-CPT and an adjusted N-back task with a measure of strategy adaptivenessdoi:10.5964/jnc.v3i3.124 fatcat:an2x2twowvg7xcwqi4abyuplqu